I Still Believe is a deeply romantic and emotional 2020 film starring KJ Apa and Britt Robertson. The film is based on the life of Christian music singer Jeremy Camp and the tragedy that struck before he married his first wife Melissa Lynn Henning-Camp. Lynn was diagnosed with ovarian cancer shortly before the couple wed.

The film is adapted from Camp’s memoir with the same name, and it details the romance he had with his wife. Camp got married to Lynn despite knowing that she was about to pass. Lynn passed 4 ½ months after the couple’s union. The film is not all doom and gloom, however, and it shows how Camp recovered from his heartbreak.

The film has been received well by critics and fans since its release on 7th March. It will be released in the United States on 13th March 2020. This piece will detail where it will be available for streaming.

Will I Still Believe come to Netflix?

Unfortunately, it is highly unlikely that I Still Believe will come to Netflix.

I Still Believe will be distributed by Lionsgate. Lionsgate and Hulu struck a deal in 2019 that would see 2020 and 2021 Lionsgate films head to Hulu at the end of their theatrical runs.

It means that it’s unlikely that I Still Believe will come to Netflix in the near future.

Where will I Still Believe be available for streaming?

Hulu is the most likely destination for I Still Believe. The streaming service’s deal with Lionsgate provided that films would be available on Hulu roughly nine months after their theatrical releases.

We expect I Still Believe to come to Hulu in November or December 2020. I Still Believe will also be available on FX as part of Hulu’s deal with Lionsgate.

Similar films on Netflix

Luckily for you, there are plenty of romantic films on Netflix for you to watch.

Marriage Story: This film is about a couple which is madly in love, but can’t seem to make marriage work. Marriage Story provides an in-depth look into the difficulties of marriage, even where there is love. The film emphasizes the sobering reality that sometimes love isn’t enough.

Blue is the Warmest Color: The film depicts young Adele’s quest to find love. She confesses to being attracted to boys, but she ends up falling for a blue-haired girl. Blue is the Warmest Color leaves little to the imagination as it explores young love and sexuality.